Find over 500 pumpkin recipes for everything from pumpkin cake and pie to roast pumpkin and pumpkin soup. Pumpkin is delicious, healthy and versatile, and we have heaps of sweet and savoury recipes to enjoy.
A deliciously creamy milk shake that's quick and easy to make. Pumpkin puree is blended together with with ice cream, milk and spices, then topped with whipped cream. It's so good, you could serve it as a dessert!
These pancakes are not only tasty, but they're also good for you. They're low fat and packed full of fibre and omega-3 fatty acids. They make the perfect breakfast, brunch or dessert. Serve with maple syrup, if desired.
This is a chunky vegetable soup, which is packed full of flavour. Tomato, asparagus and red pepper are roasted, then mashed with boiled pumpkin and onion. If you prefer a smoother soup, feel free to liquidise the mixture. Enjoy with fresh crusty bread.
A simple way of making your own pumpkin puree. A medium sugar pumpkin is baked in the oven with a little bit of water, until tender. You can then puree it. Use in any recipes that call for pumpkin puree.
This is a cross between pumpkin pie and cheesecake. Both layers are wonderfully spiced. There's a digestive biscuit base, a plain cheesecake layer, then a pumpkin cheesecake layer on top.
These cookies are deliciously soft and cake-like. They are lightly spiced and topped with a caramel icing. Perfect for dessert or with a cup of tea or coffee.
A simple, yet delicious appetiser, that is sure to wow your guests at your next dinner party. Pumpkin balls are seasoned with sage and garlic, baked and served with crispy sage and a creamy balsamic dip.
This is my own idea for a pumpkin cake, based on my favourite carrot cake recipe.
This is a deliciously moist pumpkin cake, which can be cut into bars and enjoyed anytime. You can ice these bars as you wish or enjoy them with a dusting of icing sugar.
Delicious, full of flavour, great for a chilly afternoon. Pumpkin, parsnip, carrot and more are roasted and pureed into a rich and creamy soup! Instead of fresh herbs you can use 1/2 teaspoon each of dried.